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XiGo Nanotools to Debut New Product at Pittcon on March 14-17, 2011
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XiGo Nanotools to Debut New Product at Pittcon on March 14-17, 2011

XiGo Nanotools to Debut New Product at Pittcon on March 14-17, 2011
Product News

XiGo Nanotools to Debut New Product at Pittcon on March 14-17, 2011


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XiGo Nanotools will be reaching out to the scientific community at Pittcon 2011 on March 14-17, 2011 in Atlanta, Georgia. Pittcon is the world's largest annual conference and exposition for laboratory science, featuring the latest advances in technology and instrumentation.

Attendees can visit Xigo Nanotools at Booth #851 to talk with the company’s founders and learn more about their novel, patented process for measuring particle size with magnetic resonance.

Featured at the booth will be the Acorn Area™, and the debut of the Acorn Drop™, which measures emulsion or foam droplet size and distribution, entirely without dilution.

In addition to booth presentations, XiGo Nanotools will offer a Poster Presentation by co-founder, Dr. David Fairhurst. The presentation, entitled “NMR as an Analytical Tool to Characterize Colloidal Suspensions,” will be featured at Poster Session 1710: Magnetic Resonance - NMR/EPR on Wednesday, March 16 from 1:00-3:00 p.m.

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